• 00:26

    Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights - Oh My! With Winstead, PC

    in Legal

    Welcome to TECH Talk, Texas Style – “Because Technology Doesn’t Commercialize Itself”! We’re broadcasting from the offices of TECH Fort Worth.


    TECH Talk is online to bring to you the best and the brightest: news and information, people and their experiences, expert advice and regional resources. We do this to link talent, technology, capital and know-how so that we can be agents of change to accelerate the development of new technologies and to strengthen Texas economies.


    CONNECT WITH US:


    Website: http://www.techfortworth.org


    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/techfortworth


    Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/techfortworth


    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/127929


     


    TODAY’S GUEST:


    Lekha Gopalakrishnan, an attorney with Winstead PC in Dallas is my guest today. She’l going to be discussing the differences between trade secrets and patents; knowing which one is better form of protection, and the advantages and disadvantages of both.


    CONNECT WITH TODAY’S GUEST:


    Lekha Gopalakrishnan?Winstead PC  |  500 Winstead Building  |  2728 N. Harwood Street  |  Dallas, Texas 75201 ?214.745.5356 direct  |  214.745.5390 fax  |  lgopalakrishnan@winstead.com |  www.winstead.com 

  • 00:15

    ® and ™ Copyright and Trademarks: Sm Bus Atty: EPW

    in Finance

    We're going to be interviewing Small Business Attorney Elizabeth Potts Weinstein who recently presented a webinar on "Can I Use This Pic?" about images on the internet.


    As a small business attorney, Elizabeth Potts Weinstein helps entrepreneurs, artists, coaches, and consultants find simplicity in the law, so they can get back to spending their time helping their clients and changing the world.


    She helps clients: 
    - Get unstuck from undecided legal issues, so you can keep moving forward on what’s really important. 
    - Review contracts and agreements, so they protect you and are in alignment with your goals, business type, personality, and style. 
    - Offer a legal eye on your business situation, looking for what you “don’t know that you don’t know,” so you can avoid getting into an accidental legal mess. 
    - Figure out the right business structure (sole proprietor, partnership, LLC, corporation) for your needs and future plans. 
    - Get advice about what to do if someone is stealing your copyrights or trademarks, or what to do if you get a cease & desist letter.


    This should be exciting.


     


     


     

  • 00:15

    TBFS Radio- Kevin Hunter & Jeff O'Brien on Trademarks

    in Business

    Welcome to The Business Forum Show! Join Kevin Hunter, David Ford, and Jeff O’Brien weekdays on Blog Talk Radio, and on www.Live365.com/thebizforumshow.
    Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien talk Trademarks today on TBFS Radio. What's the value of a Trademark, how to register it, and the benefits of having a registered Trademark.
     
    Why Use an Attorney to Register a Trademark?
    An experienced intellectual property attorney can provide the legal assistance necessary to successfully register your mark, and take full advantage of your portfolio of intellectual property including copyrighted material, patents and trade secrets by offering the following services:
    1) Performing  searches of previously registered marks and other common-law marks to determine the most-effective way to apply for registration
    2) Consider registration strategies to help avoid trademark infringement;
    3) Filing of the trademark application to help avoid pitfalls, and use legal arguments to persuade the examining attorneys to approve the application for registration; 
    4) Responding to arguments made by the USPTO that challenge the application;
    5) Investigating potentially infringing trademarks;
    6) Working with U.S. Customs to monitor the importation of potentially infringing trademarks;
    7) Counseling clients on the importance of policing their marks to avoid abandonment; infringement, and genericide (the process of trademarks becoming part of popular culture, and thus losing their value as trademarks)
    8) Help clients file applications for their trademarks in other countries.
    Have questions or comments? Call The Business Forum Show today at 763-267-7260.
     

  • 01:01

    Copyrights and Trademarks: the who, the how and to avoid infringement!!!

    in Self Help

    Guest: David Schnider, SchniderLaw.


    Do you know what intellectural property is?  Why are copyrights and trademarks important? Is it true that you can use images from the internet on your website or other works. These questions and others will be discussed and answered.


    Join my conversation with David Schnider of SchniderLaw on this important subject.  If your Encore Career is having your own business, DON'T MISS THIS!!!


    http://www.schniderlaw.com/

  • 00:29

    Business Owner's Guide to Trademarks and Service Marks

    in Legal

    Join Legalocity host Jacqueline Crosby, Esq. and guest attorney Eric Osterberg to learn how trademarks and service marks can benefit your business.
    Jacqueline Crosby is a NJ attorney, researcher, writer and educator who conducts seminars and webinars for the public.
    Guest attorney Eric Osterberg began his career in 1993 in New York City at the intellectual property boutique Abeles Clark Osterberg & Prager, and later worked in the New York City offices of two large firms where he continued focusing on intellectual property litigation, licensing and counseling.
    He is licensed in NY, CT, and MA specializing in intellectual property and business law.  Currently operating from his CT office, Eric can help business owners identify imediate and future legal challenges and opportunities.
    Eric is also a frequent lecturer and has published numerous articles on copyright law, including co-authoring “Substantial Similarity In Copyright Law” (PLI 2003-2012).
    Visit Eric's blog at http://www.osterbergllc.com/blog/
     

  • 00:28

    How to Stay SEC Compliant with Jillian Sidoti Interview by Jasmine Willois, MBA

    in Real Estate

    TODAY WE HAVE AS A SPECIAL GUEST JILLIAN SIDOTI - She has a wealth of knowledge about how investors can legally raise private money for their real estate transactions. Listen as Jasmine Willois interviews one of the most respected attorneys in the Real Estate Investment industry.


    Jillian Sidoti specializes in transactional legal matters such as private placement memorandums, Form 10′s, S-1′s, Regulation D filings, trademarks, copyrights, NDA’s, and contractual matters. Jillian also spends her time speaking at seminars educating real estate investors on how to legally raise capital for their real estate investment projects.


    Prior to her legal career, Jillian owned and operated a record label enabling her to tour worldwide with artists, including visiting South Africa, Canada, Europe, and the United States. Using that experience, Jillian has been commissioned to write articles and contracts for many music industry entities.


    Currently, Jillian teaches Finance and Accounting for the BS and MBA programs at the University of Redlands, drawing on her experience as Financial Analyst, Controller, and CFO for many companies from manufacturing to real estate development. Jillian also teaches a Small Business Management class where students are taught the anatomy of a business plan.


    GUEST CONTACT INFORMATION:


    Jillian Sidoti
    Attorney, Author, Public Speaker, Teacher
    (323) 799-1342
    Jillian@SyndicationLawyers.com

  • 00:32

    Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review: Trademark stories in the news

    in Legal

    The Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review is a quarterly educational Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues focused in business, technology and innovation. Klemchuk Kubasta, LLP, provides patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright and trade secret services, including litigation, licensing, prosecution and other intellectual property counseling.


    Topics covered on this show by Darin Klemchuk:



    Don't Blow: Trademark Dispute Between Lawyers Who Defend Against DWIs;
    PODS wins $62 Million award in trademark infringement lawsuit against U-haul;
    Is the Alibaba Trademark Worth A $25 Billion IPO?
    Starbucks wins Philippine case over "Frap" trademark;
    Coke Ducks Trademark Suit with Zero;
    Cartier stresses trademark dispute is to "protect customers" not "restrict" freedom of speech.
    Completing the Circle: TV + Social Media


    Darin Klemchuk is the co-founder and managing partner of Klemchuk Kubasta LLP, a Dallas-based IP boutique law firm that offers comprehensive intellectual property legal services, including litigation and enforcement of all forms of intellectual property as well as registration and licensing of patents, trademarks, trade dress and copyrights. He can be reached at darin.klemchuk@kk-llp.com.

  • 01:00

    Luther on Legal: Tips to keep your business alive and thriving…

    in Finance

    Learn with Barb Luther just how to identify weak points in your business and how to identify the value of your business. Is your business protected? What about your website? Get the plain English version of Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, Licensing, and New Product Development. Don't worry she doesn't speak in "Legal-eeeze."  You will also learn how to get your copy of BARB’S RULES and understand how to use them to protect your business!

  • 02:00

    SOPHIA STEWART: THE MOTHER OF THE MATRIX AND TERMINATOR MOVIE TRILOGIES

    in Spirituality

    If you’re not familiar with Ms. Stewart, she is the author of “The 3rd Eye”, the original source material and basis for the Matrix and Terminator franchises.   Ms. Stewart has registered her work with the  US Patent and Trademark office, and they validate she is the sole, legal owner of all IP, trademarks, copyrights, movies, DVDs, merchandise, and all other derivative products and services connected to both franchises.   


    Her work was stolen by Warner Bros and Fox, and she was never compensated nor credited for her creative, protected expressions. Instead of compensating her, Warner Bros and Fox paid a team of attorneys to “represent” her, and they intentionally sabotaged her original copyright infringement case in California.


    When she found out in 2007 that Jonathon Lubell, the lead attorney that was supposed to “represent” her had been disbarred and convicted of stealing money from a client, she initiated a lawsuit in Salt Lake City where she lived at the time.


    Ms. Stewart has since waged a 7 year battle in the US District Court in Salt Lake City alleging fraud, negligence, civil rights violations, due process violations, and a host of other civil and criminal violations. The named defendants include Jonathon Lubell and 3 other attorneys. However, Warner Bros and Fox are ultimately liable, as they paid for the defendants to sabotage her case.   In addition to paying off the defendants, Warner Bros and Fox paid off other law enforcement and regulatory agency personnel, US Patent and Trademark lawyers and examiners, court clerks, various other attorneys, and other co-conspirators,  through a multi-million dollar slush fund.  

  • 00:24

    EdNET Insider #4: Should You Attend K-12 Industry Meetings?

    in Marketing

    Get ready! Here's part four of the EdNET Insider series with timely information about important K-12 ed tech trends. We're wrapping up our coverage of one of the most important annual gatherings of executives who drive the K-12 ed tech industry.  Why did they attend EdNET 2014? What's the value of attending peer events (no customers or prospects) given the expense and time involved? If you don't attend industry meetings, what education marketing trends and K-12 sales opportunities might you miss?  Host Glen McCandless joins Saul Hafenbredl of C Blohm and Associates  to pose these questions to ed tech leaders from Promethean, Knovation, Apperson, CEV Multimedia, Filament Games and Arc Capital Development. 


    EdNET, EdNET Insight and the EdNET Conference are wholly owned  trademarks of MDR, a D&B Company, and are used with permission.

  • 00:21

    EdNET Insider #3: Education Marketing and K-12 Sales for Common Core Standards

    in Marketing

    Here's EdNET* Insider #3 about the Common Core State Standards and their impact on companies that sell products and services to K-12 schools. Host Glen McCandless, joins Saul Hafenbredl of C Blohm and Associates  to ask senior managers at the  EdNET 2014 conference important questions about strategies you need to consider now. Hear from SETDA's Geoff Fletcher, Lillian Kellogg, VP at Education Networks of America, consultant, Dan Caton (former president at McGraw Hill),  Randy Jennings president of Educational Technology Partners and Jieun Choe + Mike Morley, from Triumph Learning.  Get expert education marketing and K-12 sales insight! 


    *EdNET, EdNET Insight and the EdNET Conference are wholly owned  trademarks of MDR, a D&B Company, and are used with permission.


     


     


     

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